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Enbridge Residential Rebates

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Visit Enbridge Rebates & Programs webpage.

Smart Thermostats Program - Home Comfort. Automatic Savings.

One of the easiest ways to save on your energy costs is by installing a smart thermostat. It uses sensors and Wi-Fi technology to maximize your home comfort and energy savings. That’s why Enbridge Gas Distribution is proud to introduce our new Smart Thermostats Program. Simply purchase and install one of the qualifying smart thermostats and apply before December 31, 2016 to receive a $100 bill credit applied to your Enbridge account. Visit knowyourenergyscore.ca for full program details.

Home Energy Conservation Program - Use Less. Do More.

We are proud to offer you the Home Energy Conservation Program, brought to you by the Government of Ontario and delivered by Enbridge Gas Distribution.

If you heat your home with natural gas, propane, oil or wood, and you're a qualified homeowner, you could be eligible for incentives of up to $2,100. This program makes it easy and affordable for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home, lower your energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. To learn more please visit knowyourenergyscore.ca

Dear contractor:

We're pleased to announce a franchise wide expansion: our Home Energy Conservation Program is now offered to all qualified Ontario homeowners who use natural gas, propane, oil or wood as the primary source of heating in their homes. This means that more Ontario homeowners can use less and do more.

We have also added a new tier to our Program financial incentives. While previously homeowners needed to achieve 25% or more in annual fuel savings (natural gas, oil, propane or wood) for completing a minimum of two energy upgrades recommended by an Enbridge Certified Energy Auditor, qualified homeowners now only need to achieve 15% to receive the base incentive of $1,000. Homeowners can earn up to $2,100 for achieving 50% or more. See full program details.

Be sure to tell your clients to use the Postal Code Search Tool at knowyourenergyscore.ca to verify if they reside in our Enbridge Program Delivery Area. This tool will also help them to identify their provider if they live outside the Enbridge franchise area.

When we all work together, we have the energy to make a difference.

Thanks to contractors like you, Enbridge energy conservation programs saved enough natural gas between 1995 and 2015 to power 4.3 million typical homes for one year.

For more information on the Home Energy Conservation Program and our new Smart Thermostats Program, visit knowyourenergyscore.ca.

We appreciate your participation and look forward to working with you in the future.

Please note: Program may be subject to change or cancellation without notice at any time.

Thanks,

Natalie Armstrong
Channel Consultant, Residential & New Construction DSM
Enbridge Gas Distribution
(613) 747-4078 / 1-800-267-3616, ext 4078

Ontario Power Authority Rebates

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HEATING & COOLING INCENTIVES PROGRAM

With as much as 60% of your yearly electricity costs going toward heating and cooling your home, it makes sense to look for ways to reduce your usage. With the Heating & Cooling Incentive you can receive up to $650 by installing an ENERGY STAR® qualified central heating or cooling system.

New to 2014, residences that do not currently have CAC systems are now eligible to apply for this incentive.

Visit www.saveonenergy.ca for more details about the rebate.

What is the Heating & Cooling Incentive Program?

The Heating & Cooling Incentive program encourages Ontario residents to install energy efficient heating and cooling systems, when replacing their existing systems by providing the following rebate offers;

The HEATING & COOLING PROGRAM provides Ontario residents with the following incentive offers:
•A $250 incentive for replacing their existing furnace with a high efficiency furnace equipped with a variable speed Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) – Only available until December 31, 2018
•A $30 incentive for replacing their circulator pump on an existing in hydronic heating system with a circulator pump equipped with a variable speed ECM.
• A $600 incentive for the replacement of an existing CAC (central air conditioning) system or the installation of a new CAC system with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 18 SEER and 13 EER installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, product must be listed in the AHRI Verified Directory.

For Electrically Heated Homes only:
• A $3,250 incentive for the installation of a ducted Air Source Heat Pump system , with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the AHRI Verified Directory.
•A $1,900 incentive for the installation of a ductless Air Source Heat Pump system , with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the AHRI Verified Directory.
•A $2,500 incentive for the installation of a ductless Multiport Air Source Heat Pump system (for 1 exterior unit and the first 2 interior units plus $250 for each additional indoor unit *up to $4,250), with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the AHRI Verified Directory.
• A $5,500 incentive for the installation of a ducted Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump system , with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the NEEP Verified cold climate ASHP specification listings.
•A $2,500 incentive for the installation of a ductless Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump system , with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the NEEP Verified cold climate ASHP specification listings AND Maintain a maximum capacity at -15°C that is = 55% of max capacity at 8.3°C AND has a COP >2 at -15°C at maximum capacity operation.
•A $3,000 incentive for the installation of a ductless Multiport Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump system (for 1 exterior unit and the first 2 interior units plus $400 for each additional indoor unit *up to $5,800), with the purchase of a qualified system that satisfies at least a 15 SEER, 12.5 EER and 8.5 HSPF installed by a participating contractor. To qualify, the product must be listed in the NEEP Verified cold climate ASHP specification listings AND maintain a maximum capacity at -15°C that is = 55% of max capacity at 8.3°C AND has a COP >2 at -15°C at maximum capacity operation.
• A $50 incentive for adaptive thermostats listed on the IESO eligible thermostat list, installed in a home with a ducted electric heating system (Electric furnace or ASHP)

To be eligible for the rebates, services must be performed by a program-registered contractor. Full program details, including a ‘contractor-locator’ for finding a participating contractor near you, are available by visiting www.saveonenergy.ca or by calling 1-877- 797-9473.

If you are interested in becoming a participating program contractor, please e-mail hsrp@hrai.ca or call 1-800-267-2231 ext. 236 or ext. 248.

HRAI, on behalf of the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), is pleased to offer this one-day mandatory training course* to participating contractors of the HEATING & COOLING INCENTIVES program. With this course, you’ll share and learn best practice installation to help you develop the techniques to ensure that you’re giving your customers the maximum savings from their energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment. For more information or to register, click Here

PEAKSAVER® PROGRAM

What is the Peaksaver® Program?

During hot summer weekdays, when air conditioners are running at their maximum, the demand for electricity is at its highest. These times are known as peak demand times. If you have a central air conditioner (CAC), you can help the province to manage this peak demand by enrolling in peaksaver®.

Visit the Peaksaver® webpage to see if you qualify for an additional $25 incentive.